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In spring, Cromwell Growers produces annuals like impatiens, begonias, geraniums and other bedding plants to fill gardens in four New England states. Take a look inside and learn how they grow.
When you plant a garden with the Miranda Lambert rose, named for the country music star, you’ll be helping MuttNation shelter pets in finding their forever homes.
Knock Out roses bloom from spring to frost, creating a stunning show of beautiful flowers. They can fit into any landscape in most climates. Plant them individually as a focal point, among other shrubs, or in large groups to create a colorful hedge.
Kill weeds early so you can enjoy your lawn all season.
Get started gardening anywhere by understanding your site, what will grow best there and by providing the best ingredients for success. From windowsill gardens to rooftop raised beds, we’ll give you tips for success with challenging garden sites.
Try new Miracle-Gro® Performance Organics™ when you begin planting your edibles and flower gardens this spring.
Learn more about Bermuda grass, a tough, drought tolerant choice for hot Southern summers. Bermuda grass needs good drainage and thrives in areas with full, direct sun.
While severe floods can devastate your home and property, minor floods can also cause a great deal of damage in your lawn and garden. Read on for ways to recover your yard after a flood.
Fescue is one of the best lawn grasses for the North. The best time to plant fescue is in the fall, when summer’s heat is gone, giving the grass the long winter to develop the extensive root system it needs to thrive.
People want to know where their food comes from and grow it organically, lending to the resurgence of Victory Gardens. It takes minimal investment and helps you save on produce, all the while helping you do your part in preserving the environment.
Your vegetable garden needs an inch of water a week to keep it growing. And what doesn’t come as rainfall will need to come from the spigot. Get nine tips for saving money while watering your vegetable garden this summer.